Respiratory Therapy is a health care discipline that specializes in the promotion of optimum cardiopulmonary function, health, and wellness. Respiratory Therapists employ scientific principles to diagnose, treat and prevent acute or chronic dysfunction of the cardiopulmonary system, such as asthma, COPD (emphysema, chronic bronchitis) lung tumors, Neonatal and pediatric abnormalities, sleep disorders, and other disease and dysfunctions. Respiratory Therapists use a variety of high-tech equipment and techniques to diagnoses monitor and treat respiratory conditions.
Intensive care units
Work with adults, pediatric and neonatal population to provide the needed respiratory support to patients with critical situations.
Sleep Lab Disorders
Conduct sleep tests and support the patient during the test with oxygen therapy if needed
Teaching the basics of respiratory care to undergraduate and help to grow the respiratory field.
Providing respiratory care to stable patients
Lung Function Lab
Conduct various tests to assess one’s lung and work of breathing